Disney Debuts Diamond Dwarfs

The first-ever animated feature comes home in high definition for the first time this week as Disney releases Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Diamond Edition (Disney, $39.99 Blu-ray ... Continue Reading →

HIT Gets MIPCOM Hip to Hippo’s House

HIT Entertainment unveiled Hippo’s House, its most recent children’s property, at MIPCOM as part of its ongoing development slate. Created by Tattiemoon and planned for ... Continue Reading →

Fremantle Corp., Strict Machine Bite into Fang Force

Fremantle Corp. and Strict Machine announce their all-new animated co-production Fang Force at MIPCOM. The Canadian-U.K. co-production is about a family of vampires that take on missions ... Continue Reading →

HIT Honors Licensees With Pingu Awards

HIT Entertainment honored its licensees with the third annual U.K. Pingu Awards at the Brand Licensing Europe show in London. The awards, given by HIT to recognize its licensing and ... Continue Reading →

Springfield Comes to Cannes for MIPCOM Simpsons Bash

The Simpsons are taking over MIPCOM to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the iconic animated television series. The celebration, put together by Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution ... Continue Reading →

Wallace & Gromit’s Invention Sells Down Under

ABC Australia is the most recent broadcaster to sign on for Aardman Animations’ new series Wallace & Gromit Present A World of Invention. The broadcaster has pre-bought all ... Continue Reading →

Zombieland Eats up Meatballs, Toys

The walking dead of Zombieland may have taken the weekend box office gold medal, but 3-D animated features took the silver and bronze. Zombieland lead the weekend by a comfortable margin, ... Continue Reading →

Spore Grows into Blue Sky Feature Film

Video-game giant Electronic Arts is teaming up with Fox, Blue Sky Studios and director Chris Wedge for a computer-animated feature adaptation of Will Wright’s Spore. Wedge, who ... Continue Reading →

Report: Canada, U.S., France Tops in Animation Output

A new report on global animation output ranks Canada, the United States and France as the most prolific animation nations. The report, titled The Global Animation Industry and put ... Continue Reading →

Previs Pros Found Society

Practitioners of the art of previs have come together to form a nonprofit, interdisciplinary organization called The Previsualization Society. The new group was created to build a community ... Continue Reading →